Inside one of Bauer’s top 3 campaigns of the year, with Head of Film, Sarah Clarke.
Capital takes live video callers and it’s better for listeners too.
Radio is the one-to-one medium so here’s an ad aimed at just one listener.
The Virgin Radio team and indepdendent production company TBI Media were mindful that the station launch had to look as good as it sounds.
Live music, from a moving train, on station launch day. What could possibly go wrong?
To coincide with the launch of new UK speech service talkRADIO, the station has released the results of a commissioned personal finance survey.
Steve Martin finds an unusual radio station whose real value is revealed in times of emergency.
See how one station uses vivid graphic design to showcase its on-air talent.
Australia’s Hamish and Andy do stunts better than most. This Ed Sheeran $2 Peep Show is a great example of their fun, kind work.
Enjoy some inventive use of stereo audio in this promo from Tone Radio at the University of Gloucestershire.
One BBC Local Radio station demonstrates its concern for older listeners with a unique tea-fuelled event.
Pirate FM nailed the message, the script and the production in this video promoting a new presenter.
The creator of Manchester’s 80s station, Max, reveals how the project was born, the story of its imaging and the one thing Max never does.
Only a handful of people heard it, so why did new 80s station Max put so much effort into its launch audio?
Radio stations need to be visible. Capital achieves this through its consistent visual style and regular tv exposure.
See how one radio programme used a simple video format to enhance an interview about photography.
Fun, cheap and talkable napkin-related marketing from Australia
A branded radio station for dogs fetched top prize in the D&AD awards this year. Hear the audio.
Lots of radio stations are using the much anticipated film release of 50 Shades of Grey as a theme to create exciting promotions and digital content. Earshot goes under the covers (!) and takes a look.
Some woolly thinking at the UK’s intelligent speech station.